Have you listened to Unexpected yet?
Acclaimed actor Kiefer Sutherland is pursuing his dreams of country music, a genre he appreciates for its innate ability to tell stories.
Rodney Atkins is a family man above all else, so it’s no surprise that his new music has taken inspiration from the ones he loves most.
Have you heard ‘Caught Up In The Country’ yet?
Scotty McCreery lived a lot of life in between his album releases and its aptly displayed in his latest project, ‘Seasons Change.’
The 5th annual Country Music Cruise was one for the books as guests were treated to performances from Alabama, Lorrie Morgan and more!
The videos were for the songs “You Should Be Loved,” “More” and “This Girl.”
The Bellamy Brothers are getting ready to let folks behind the scenes of their busy life on their new reality show, Honky Tonk Ranch.
“We said if anything ever happened to one of us, we wanted the other one to keep Montgomery Gentry going,” said Eddie Montgomery.
“She slammed the whole thing back and said, ‘Well John Daniel, I think you’ve rung the bell with this!’” Rich shared with SLN.
As 2017 comes to a close, we’re looking back at some of the more memorable moments and movements within country music throughout the year.
Lawrence opens up about re-visiting his biggest hits in the studio with some of today’s superstars by his side.
“We’ve got a lot of people out there supporting us and I don’t really want to change what we’ve got going. Like I said, ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’”
Parton also opens up about her new children’s album and working with Jennifer Aniston.
Never Look at the Empty Seats chronicles Daniels’ career achievements, family life, faith, and much more.
“We finished it a couple weeks ago and that was just an incredible experience,” Twain tells Sounds Like Nashville.
Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Reba, Dolly Parton, and more took the stage to celebrate the iconic Kenny Rogers.
“What an unbelievable room to be in,” Bryan marveled as he took the stage to accept the Songwriter-Artist of the Year honor.
When someone has been making music as long as Darius Rucker, there could be the tendency to get a little complacent, but that’s not the case with the South Carolina native.
With parents like Shania Twain and Robert John “Mutt” Lange, it’s safe to say that kind of musical talent is in Eja’s genes.